Guests can sign up to help Phineas and Ferb stop evildoers.
Report for duty at one of many recruitment centers.
This is a great way to get your older children involved in the countries of Epcot. You receive a cell phone that guides you to "missions" thoughout the various countries of Epcot. There were many interesting and fun things that goes along with this but I will say it was very long. Our 5 year old lost interest and the missions had long intros you had to listen to. Also, if another group is doing the same thing and the same time, you'll need to wait for them to finish in that area before you can begin. It was fun but keep in mind, its a time committment and might not be for younger kids with short attention spans.
Agent P's World Showcase Adventure is a great way to explore any given Epcot country. Sign up to play at a game kiosk and begin your adventure by following the clues given to you via a "phone" given to you by a cast member. This interactive game is full of surprises you wouldn't expect to see during your Epcot journey.
My girls (ages 7 & 4) really enjoy playing this game. Though, they tend to play more in the cooler months than the warmer ones (as many clues needed to be found are outside). They usually share just one phone between them and just take turns finding the clues.
You're allotted a certain amount of time to finish the given clue. If you are timed out, you can always go back and have the phone reset. If the park is not busy, there is always the option of continuing and taking on another "case".
(This game was previously the Kim Possible game - pretty much the same clues, different storyline.)
My son (a huge fan of Phineas & Ferb) was very excited to try out the Agent P World Showcase Adventure. Unfortunately, we found the game very difficult to use. First, you have only 15 minutes to complete the first adventure. The first adventure he was given was in England, at the far end of Epcot, so we could not get there within 15 minutes. Then we had an awful time finding the location (maybe we're just not very good at following directions!). We did not find the game very fun, just frustrating.
We decided to let our 9 year old daughter try this at Epcot, It was a lot of fun for her and it did keep her very busy, but it takes 30 mins each country to complete. Which if you plan on spending 30 mins in each country then it is definitely worth doing, we were on a tight schedule, so it wasn't really for us. I would still do it again though, I would just plan for more time to accomodate it.
Our nephews had a blast on this "mission" through the World Showcase. They signed up at the International Gateway and got a cell-phone like interactive toy to help them solve clues which could be found throughout the World Showcase Pavillions. It was fun to see them working together and piecing together clues. There's a treat at the end of the mission, if you complete it, so have fun. We did!